December is Universal Human Rights Month
It’s a time to reflect on the way we treat others, and to do what we can in the fight for equality.
Why Universal Human Rights Month?
- It allows us to reflect.
- It reminds us of our ideals and individual freedoms.
- It empowers us.
Listen as our Inspired Media 360 Guests Talk of Hate,
Hope and Change for a better future.
“If you lead a compassionate life, your children will naturally see its importance to you and will assume its importance for themselves,” says Jim Taylor Ph.D. This is a concept that hits home with Arizona mothers Lisa Geyser and Alex Sklar who founded the charity Families Giving Back.
The Fight To Change Arizona with Angela Hughey, Co-Founder and President of One Community and Co-Chair of Competitive Arizona
Angela Hughey, co-founder and President of One Community and co-Chair of Competitive Arizona says we shouldn’t see “opposition” when it comes to LGBT equality issues, we should see “opportunity”. Not just in Arizona, but all across the country.
Ways to Observe Universal Human Rights Month
- Research what freedom means to you.
- Volunteer and do your part to help others.
- Give back to your community to start changing the world.